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Personality Chapter 11
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Defining Personality Set of behavioral, emotional, and cognitive tendencies Displayed over time Across situations
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Historical Perspectives: Freud’s Three Structures of Personality QuickTime L and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture. The Id : The Superego: The Ego:
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Freud’s Psychosexual Stages Oral and Anal Stages (ages 0-3) Successful weaning from nursing and toilet training--> No oral fixation or anal retentive/ expulsiveness Phallic Stage (ages 3-6) Boys: Jealous love of mother-->Oedipus Complex: Girls: Anger/ambivalence toward mother & jealous love of father -->Electra Complex
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Case Analysis #1: Jamie’s dad was never around growing up, so her single mom raised her. She was a mediocre student but did graduate high school. As a teen she dressed seductively and focused on her boyfriends, who were typically a few years older. She began stripping at age 18 although she still fantasizes about going to college to become a teacher.
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Case Analysis #2: Tim and Sue are both 28 years old and have been married for 3 years. Tim’s dad worked long hours and they were never close. His mom stayed home with him and his siblings. Sue feels like Tim questions
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